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interleave

[‚in·tər′lēv]
(computer science)
To alternate parts of one sequence with parts of one or more other sequences in a cyclic fashion such that each sequence retains its identity.
To arrange the members of a sequence of memory addresses in different memory modules of a computer system, in order to reduce the time taken to access the sequence.

interleave

interleave

To intersperse one after the other. See sector interleave and memory interleaving.
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The multi-phase boost converter interleaves the clock signals of the paralleled power stages, reducing input and output ripple current without increasing the switching frequency.
All models sample at 5 GS/s on all channels simultaneously, and the 600-MHz scope interleaves to 10 GS/s.